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Album of the Week: Aviva Chernick – La Serena

Posted by Greg on Oct 10, 2019 in Music

Sometimes inspiration and intrigue can lead to wondrous things.

Aviva Chernick, formerly of the Toronto world-music band Jaffa Road, was in search of inspiration. Raised in the Ashkenazi Jewish tradition she was aware of but not exactly familiar with Sephardic Jewish musician Flory Jagoda and her Balkan Ladino traditions. Read more…

 
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Miami Beach Pop Festival Canceled

Posted by Greg on Oct 9, 2019 in Florida/Long Island, Music

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One of the more exciting new festivals of 2019, the Miami Beach Pop Festival, scheduled for November 8-10, has announced its postponement due to unforeseen circumstances. At present, the producers of the festival are working with all involved parties to secure a new date and have advised those interested in attending that the lineup will change as rescheduling performers proves to be a tall order. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: Flagship Romance – “His Town”

Posted by Greg on Oct 4, 2019 in Music

We cannot get enough of the new Flagship Romance single “His Town.” Bolstered by lilting lap steel, beautiful acoustic guitar and the duo’s signature dual vocals, it is an ageless ode to the band’s adopted hometown of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Read more…

 
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Artist of the Day: Grace Gaustad

Posted by Greg on Sep 30, 2019 in Music

We’ve been quite keen on Human, the latest LP from 17-year-old New Yorker Grace Gaustad. Human is a radio-friendly album that has zero filler and a maturity wise beyond her years. The disc at its heart is very synthetic, that is to say, it features mostly synths, drum machines and loops galore. Read more…

 
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RIP busbee. (1976-2019)

Posted by Greg on Sep 30, 2019 in Music

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Today marks a sad day for country music. Just two weeks after legendary country radio DJ Chuck Dauphin ascended to heaven, so too has country hitmaker busbee.. The news was first announced by Keith Urban and Maren Morris, both of whom have co-written songs with busbee. before. Read more…

 
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Song of the Day: Devon Gilfillian – “Even Though It Hurts”

Posted by Greg on Sep 26, 2019 in Music

We can’t get enough of “Even Though It Hurts” the latest single from Nashville singer-songwriter Devon Gilfillian. A mesmerizing mix of Maxwell, Leon Bridges and Jamiroquai, Gilfillian takes old-school soul and marries it with modern indie-rock stylings. Read more…

 
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Artist of the Day: Rotem Sivan

Posted by Greg on Sep 26, 2019 in Music

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One of the benefits of having a music blog is the blind requests you receive from artists all over the world. A couple weeks back an Israeli artist named Rotem Sivan reached out to SITH imploring us to listen to his new album Same Way Home. We receive tons of submissions like this so we balked at first. Over time, Rotem broke us down and convinced us to listen. Over the weekend we gave this album a listen and holy wow, this is some gorgeous, gorgeous stuff. Read more…

 
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New Release Friday: Riley Green – Different Round Here

Posted by Greg on Sep 20, 2019 in Music

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Let’s face it. There’s little that can slow down Nashville mega-label Big Machine Label Group. Their latest release, Different ‘Round Here from relative newcomer Riley Green is the latest example that when it comes to talent this band makes few if any mistakes. Read more…

 
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Rodrigo Y Gabriela Plot Fall Tour

Posted by Greg on Sep 17, 2019 in Music

Otherworldly duo Rodrigo y Gabriela have announced their latest fall tour dates. The tour begins Nov. 15 in Sugar Land, TX and concludes Dec. 6 in Miami Beach, FL. The duo is touring in support of their latest album, Mettavolution, their first album in five years. Read more…

 
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Album of the Week: King Ropes – Gravity and Friction

Posted by Greg on Sep 17, 2019 in Music

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Long live Bozeman, MT.

The burgeoning college town and hipster hot-spot is home to a university whose alumni include a city that claims home to Carroll O’Connor, J.K. Simmons and Jeff Ament. Perennial frat-boy John Mayer makes his home in the nearby locale of Paradise Valley, and an alt-country outfit named King Ropes that just might be one of the most refreshing bands we’ve heard this year. Their latest album, Gravity and Friction, is one we cannot stop playing on repeat. For obvious reasons it bears the title of our Album of the Week. Read more…

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